According to Borna, the new Prime Minister of Japan, Fumio Kishida, today (Thursday), Parliament Representatives (lower) of the country in order to pave the way for election Parliament dissolved on October 31st.
Kishida has stated that 10 days after his appointment as the new Prime Minister, Kyushu News Agency reported. Japan The country is currently seeking a public decree to implement its policies in order to replace Yoshihide Suga.
Tadamori Oshima Speaker of Parliament Japanese lawmakers today announced in a plenary session of parliament the dissolution of two powerful Japanese parliaments (MPs and advisers).
the final Parliament election The Japanese delegation was held in 2017 under the Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.